With the GRAZE-ON range of natural dried grass feeds
Yorkshire EC are thrilled to welcome Northern Crop Driers to the Team YEC family as sponsors of our 2018 Show Jumping Series. 
Here’s what both of them had to say about it…

"Gemma and the YEC team have proved to be amazing ambassadors for our Megazorb bedding and Graze-On grass feeds. 
We truly believe that genuine feedback and testimonial from the people who use our products day in, day out is impossible to beat.


Sponsoring the 2018 Show Jumping Series provides us with the perfect opportunity to show our appreciation and in turn support talented local riders." - Pam Dear - Northern Crop Driers

" Yorkshire EC prides itself on supplying a premium service in all our sectors,
for us it only makes sense to team up with NCD when we believe only the best will do."
- Gemma Womersley - Owner Yorkshire EC


Established in 1975 at the family farm in Yorkshire, Northern Crop Driers are one of the leading manufacturers of dried grass horse feeds.

Our Graze-On product is made from 100% natural, home grown grass and is rich in digestible fibre.  Produced with a feed value that is virtually identical to fresh grass, it’s the feed your horse would choose, as nature intended.

The GRAZE-ON Range

The equine feed market has become ever more complex, but at its heart is one simple fact – grass is the feed YOUR horse would choose for itself.


It’s a philosophy Northern Crop Driers have built their business around since 1975.  Producing the very highest quality 100% natural feeds from the family farm in East Yorkshire.

  • Short chop forage prolongs feeding time, aiding good digestion

  • High feed value allows concentrate feeding to be reduced

  • High levels of digestible fibre

  • Feed alone or as part of a forage ration or to add bulk and fibre to a concentrate ration

  • Dust extracted

  • Molasses free

  • Suitable for all horses and ponies in all levels of work

  • High levels of digestible fibre

  • Similar feed values to good quality hay

  • Feed as a partial or complete hay replacer

  • Ideal high-fibre maintenance feed

  • Prolongs eating time and can be added to prevent bolting of hard feeds

  • Dust extracted

  • Our Graze-On grass in a pellet format

  • Ideal for veterans, will soak to a delicious mash in minutes

  • Perfect to feed as a healthy treat

Northern Crop Driers also produce Yorkshire EC’s No.1 choice of bedding – MEGAZORB


It is truly one of the most highly absorbent bedding materials on the market with fantastic qualities such as:​

  • Cost effective and multi-purpose – mix with other beddings to increase their absorbency, on its own as a big bed or sprinkle on matting.  It works brilliantly all round!

  • Biodegradable – breaks down quickly.  We never struggle finding something to hold our muck heap now.

  • Very little SMELL – perfect if you muck out before work.

  • Double dust extracted.

  • Great for use in horseboxes and trailers.

For further information on any of Northern Crop Driers products visit their website www.northerncropdriers.co.uk or call them on 01759 318396.


Phone 11 - 6pm
- 07748 11 55 88

Email livery@yorkshireec.co.uk


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Please note that we are unable to answer phone calls before 11am due to Stable Duties other than on Event days.
Please send an urgent text if your query needs a response before then.

Be aware that we are extremely busy in the winter months and non urgent enquiries may take a little longer to answer.
We have office based days Mon & Tues, all enquires will be responded to at that point.

Yorkshire Equestrian Centre (YEC) is owned and run by Gemma Womersley. YEC is a Licensed Riding School run under the Riding Establishments Act 1964 & 1970 with the Selby District Council. LN/000006729